Zentyal has announced a worldwide agreement with Canonical to offer an alternative to proprietary IT infrastructure for SMBs (Small Business Servers).
This means that Zentyal's operating system, which is based on Ubuntu, will become supported by Canonical
, with all which entails from this agreement, such as support for small and medium businesses who already use Zentyal's OS.
“This agreement allows Zentyal and Authorized Zentyal Partners to provide complete Linux infrastructure solutions for small and medium-sized enterprises
” said Ignacio Correas, CEO of Zentyal, and continued “although Linux in the enterprise is nothing new, comparable fully vendor-backed infrastructure solutions for SMBs did not exist until this agreement.
This agreement between the two companies aims to cover an important niche in the market by satisfying the growing IT needs of the SMB sector. Follow us on Google+